28 Nov 2008

On the way to Copenhagen via Poznan: Preliminary thinking about a post-2012 climate deal

Noriko Fujiwara

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The annual climate change conference (COP14/CMP4) will take place in Pozna?, 1–12 December 2008. This Policy Brief aims at providing a brief assessment of where we are on the road from Bali to Copenhagen, thinking ahead of Pozna? in relation to the current negotiating environment and exploring the possible nature of an agreed outcome to be reached in Copenhagen at the end of 2009.

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